內容簡介 Charlotte Thomason endured unspeakable sexual, physical, and emotional abuse at the hands of her parents and other family members throughout her childhood. What Kind of Love is this? Finding God in the Darkness, follows Charlotte as she guides her granddaughter, Angel, through her chaotic life. As the story unfolds, Charlotte is mired in doubt that anyone could love her, let alone God, and her life is torn apart by sexual addiction and mental illness. She realizes her life depends on remembering, accepting God's love, and learning to cope with her forgotten childhood trauma.Endorsement: What Kind of Love is This? Is a book everyone should read. For those who have experienced abuse, it brings hope for healing; for those who have not, awareness and understanding.It was difficult to read. I kept thinking, "how can this happen?" and "why didn't anyone do something?" But as I continued through each painful page, I thought, "This gets better, there is a good ending." I know Charlotte, so I knew it ended well.For those who think their life is so damaged that it can never have a good ending, Charlotte's story is good news. It begins in a very dark place, a horrific place, but joy comes. Not a snap-of-the-fingers fix, but a steady building and growth of joy. This is what restoration looks like, like the lepers who discovered they were healed "as they went," we too walk into our joy. This isn't just Charlotte's story. That Good End is open to all who fix their eyes upon the cross.-C.M. Alvarez, Author and Bible teacher at Raised to Walk.Charlotte Thomason tells a tale that only she can tell: a heartbreaking story of pain that shows the power of God to wipe away every tear. She takes us to the depths of the destruction of sin and demonstrates how God's goodness puts us back together again. A stunning story of amazing grace.-Dr. Phil Tallon, Associate Professor of Theology, Houston Baptist University.About the Author: With a Master of Science in Social Work, a Master of Arts in Cultural Apologetics, over 30 years of experience in social work, and as a survivor of childhood trauma, Charlotte Thomason has seen, both professionally and personally, the devastation created by child abuse. She wants to use her experience to bring hope to those who feel lost and hopeless due to childhood trauma and bring encouragement to those who help them.